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Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining When Specific Cutting Energy is given
Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)=specific cutting energy in machining*Material removal rate GO
specific cutting energy in machining
specific cutting energy in machining=Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)/Material removal rate GO
Power required for Machining Operation
Machining Power=Material removal rate*Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power) GO
Overall Efficiency of Machine Tool and Motor Drive System
Overall Machining Efficiency=Machining Power/Electrical Power Available for Machining GO
Machining Power when Overall Efficiency is Given
Machining Power=Overall Machining Efficiency*Electrical Power Available for Machining GO
Traverse Speed for Cylindrical and in Internal-Grinder when MRR is Given
Traverse Speed=pi*Feed rate*Work Surface Diameter/Material removal rate GO
Traverse Speed in Horizontal and Vertical Spindle Surface-Grinder when MRR is Given
Traverse Speed=Feed rate*depth of cut/Material removal rate GO

3 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Rate of Energy consumption during machining
Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)=Rate of heat generation in the primary shear zone+Rate of heat generation in the primary shear zone GO
Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining When Specific Cutting Energy is given
Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)=specific cutting energy in machining*Material removal rate GO
Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining
Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)=Cutting Speed*Cutting Force GO

Energy per Unit Material Removal when Efficiency of Motor Drive System is Given Formula

Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)=Electrical Power Available for Machining*Overall Machining Efficiency/Material removal rate
P<sub>m=P<sub>e*η<sub>m/Z<sub>w
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Machining Time For Turning Operation GO
Feed Rate for Turning Operation when Machining Time is Given GO
Length of Cut when Machining Time is Given GO
Resultant Cutting Velocity GO
Cutting Speed Angle When Resultant Cutting Speed is Given GO
Cross-sectional Area of the Uncut Chip GO
Mean Cutting Speed GO
Average Material Removal Rate using Uncut Chip Cross-Section Area GO
Power required for Machining Operation GO
Overall Efficiency of Machine Tool and Motor Drive System GO
Machining Power when Overall Efficiency is Given GO
Average Material Removal Rate when Depth of Cut is Given GO
Average Material Removal Rate when Depth of Cut is Given for Boring Operation GO
Machining Time For Shaping Operation GO
Machining Time For Drilling Operation GO
Material Removal Rate during Drilling Operation GO
Material Removal Rate during Drilling Operation when Enlarging an Existing Hole GO
Feed in Slab Milling when Feed Speed is Given GO
Feed Speed of the Workpiece in Slab Milling GO
Maximum Chip Thickness obtained in Slab Milling when Tool Engagement Angle is Given GO
Tool Engagement Angle in Slab Milling when Depth of Cut is Given GO
Depth of Cut in Slab Milling when Tool Engagement Angle is Given GO
Maximum Chip Thickness obtained in Slab Milling when Depth of Cut is Given GO
Minimum Length of Approach required in Slab Milling GO
Minimum Length of Approach required in Face Milling GO
Machining Time For Milling Operation GO
Maximum Chip Thickness in Vertical Milling GO
Feed Speed in Vertical Milling when Maximum Chip Thickness is Given GO
Material Removal Rate during Drilling Operation when Feed is Given GO
Length of Approach for Drilling Operation GO
Drill Point Angle in when Length Of Approach is Given GO
The diameter of Drill Bit when Length of Approach is Given GO

Why is Energy per Unit Material Removal required ?

The value of Energy per Unit Material Removal is required to forecast the amount of energy that will be required to Machine a given amount of material, usually a production batch in a Manufacturing Unit. This helps to determine the Electricity requirement and consumption required generally for setting up of a Manufacturing Plant.

How to Calculate Energy per Unit Material Removal when Efficiency of Motor Drive System is Given?

Energy per Unit Material Removal when Efficiency of Motor Drive System is Given calculator uses Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)=Electrical Power Available for Machining*Overall Machining Efficiency/Material removal rate to calculate the Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power), The Energy per Unit Material Removal when Efficiency of Motor Drive System is Given is a method to determine the average energy required to remove a unit volume of material from the workpiece. Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power) and is denoted by Pm symbol.

How to calculate Energy per Unit Material Removal when Efficiency of Motor Drive System is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Energy per Unit Material Removal when Efficiency of Motor Drive System is Given, enter Electrical Power Available for Machining (Pe), Overall Machining Efficiency m) and Material removal rate (Zw) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Energy per Unit Material Removal when Efficiency of Motor Drive System is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 10000 = 10000*1/1.

FAQ

What is Energy per Unit Material Removal when Efficiency of Motor Drive System is Given?
The Energy per Unit Material Removal when Efficiency of Motor Drive System is Given is a method to determine the average energy required to remove a unit volume of material from the workpiece and is represented as Pm=Pe*ηm/Zw or Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)=Electrical Power Available for Machining*Overall Machining Efficiency/Material removal rate. Electrical Power Available for Machining is defined as the maximum power that can be input for a Machining Operation, Overall Machining Efficiency is defined as the product of all efficiencies, in each step of power transfer in Machining Operation and Material removal rate (MRR) is the amount of material removed per time unit (usually per minute) when performing machining operations such as using a lathe or milling machine.
How to calculate Energy per Unit Material Removal when Efficiency of Motor Drive System is Given?
The Energy per Unit Material Removal when Efficiency of Motor Drive System is Given is a method to determine the average energy required to remove a unit volume of material from the workpiece is calculated using Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)=Electrical Power Available for Machining*Overall Machining Efficiency/Material removal rate. To calculate Energy per Unit Material Removal when Efficiency of Motor Drive System is Given, you need Electrical Power Available for Machining (Pe), Overall Machining Efficiency m) and Material removal rate (Zw). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Electrical Power Available for Machining, Overall Machining Efficiency and Material removal rate and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)?
In this formula, Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power) uses Electrical Power Available for Machining, Overall Machining Efficiency and Material removal rate. We can use 3 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)=Cutting Speed*Cutting Force
  • Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)=specific cutting energy in machining*Material removal rate
  • Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining(power)=Rate of heat generation in the primary shear zone+Rate of heat generation in the primary shear zone
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